October 12 marks for some the date of the discovery of America.
But for others, it is a day to vindicate indigenous peoples.
It is undoubtedly a date that has generated controversy for more than 500 years.
On this date, the government of Mexico City has announced the sculptural project that will replace the statue of Christopher Columbus that was in one of the main avenues of the capital of the country.
Krupskaia Alís tells us more about the Huasteca female sculpture from which they will make a larger-scale replica.